Wednesday, October 3rd, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Join us, at the Performing Arts Center at St. Helena High School, for this FREE community forum for youth and adults to learn more about the signs, symptoms and treatment options for teen depression and anxiety.
One in four of our youth experiences chronic sadness and hopelessness. Mental health problems are real, painful, and sometimes severe. The good news is mental illness is like physical illness. It is treatable!
A conversation moderated by:
Dr. Ken Robbins, MD, MPH, is board certified in psychiatry and internal medicine. He is the chief officer of Behavioral Health Services for Adventist Health St. Helena and Vallejo, and clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and UC Davis.
Jeni Olsen, founder and executive director of Teens Connect, an organization that engages and empowers teens through collaborative programs centered around art and wellness, peer mentoring and volunteer projects. And our very own Mentis executive director, Rob Weiss, LCSW.
Event sponsored by the St. Helena Hospital Foundation Board of Ambassadors.